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They tend to move away from a crowded sidewalk and seek out a place (23) ________ they cannot be heard, such as the far side of a subway entrance or even the edge of a street. |

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Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks.

Amparo Lasén, the Spanish sociologist who conducted the study found that Londoners use their cell phones the least in public. If they are with others, they prefer to let calls be answered by voice mail (a recorded message) and then they check for messages later. If the English do answer a call on the street, they seem to dislike talking with others around. They tend to move away from a crowded sidewalk and seek out a place (23) ________ they cannot be heard, such as the far side of a subway entrance or even the edge of a street. They seem to feel that the danger of the traffic is (24) ___________ to the risk of having their conversation be overheard. This has led to a behavior that Laser has called “clustering.” At a busy time of day on the streets of London, you may find small crowds of cell phone users grouped together, each one talking into a cell phone. Even when it is raining—as it is often in London—people still prefer not to hold their conversations where others could hear. They talk (25) _____________ their umbrellas or in a doorway.

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In Paris, however, there are stricter rules about how and when to use cell phones. It is not considered polite to use a phone in a restaurant, (26) ______________, though it might be acceptable in the more informal setting of a café. One special custom that has developed in cafés seems unique to Paris. Young women often place their cell phones on the table beside them to signal that they are expecting someone. When the friend arrives, the phone is (27) _____________. In fact, the French are generally very disapproving of phone use in public and are quick to express that disapproval, even to strangers.

(Adapted from “Advanced Reading Power” by Beatrice S. Mikulecky and Linda Jeffries)

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Đáp án C

Kiến thức về mệnh đề quan hệ:

Ở đây ta cần một trạng từ quan hệ chỉ địa điểm, để thay thế cho danh từ “a place” phía trước, do đó dùng “where”

They tend to move away from a crowded sidewalk and seek out a place (1)______ they cannot be heard, such as the far side of a subway entrance or even the edge of a street. (Họ có xu hướng di chuyển ra khỏi một vỉa hè đông đúc và tìm kiếm một nơi, mà họ không thể bị nghe thấy, chẳng hạn như phía xa của một lối vào tàu điện ngầm hoặc thậm chí ở mép của một con đường.)

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